Floods: Four planes loaded with essential items off to east coast, says IGP

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  • Wednesday, 31 Dec 2014

SUBANG: Four aircraft loaded with essential items have flown Wednesday to help the flood victims in the east coast.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said the planes, comprising two King Air Beechcraft 350 and two Cessna Caravan 208, left the Redland Aviation Services hangar in Subang for Kota Baru at about 10.30am.

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